Nate Parham

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  • last login Jul 14, 2014
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Nate Parham is a long time NBA fan whose newfound interest in women's basketball led him to managing SBN's Swish Appeal, which covers the WNBA and women's college basketball around the nation. In addition to contributing to Swish Appeal and Golden State of Mind, he has been a women's basketball contributor for the Capital One Cup and espnW.

Nate has covered the WNBA's Seattle Storm as well as the Seattle University Redhawks and Washington Huskies men's and women's basketball teams. Since returning to the Bay Area, he has wandered around covering things from NBA summer league to Pac-12 and WCC women's basketball.

As a Bay Area native, he is unfortunately cursed with a love for the Golden State Warriors, which is only partially offset by the resurgence of the San Francisco 49ers.

Twitter: @NateP_SBN

A Fan Of...

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  • NFL San Francisco 49ers
  • NCAAF Michigan Wolverines
  • NCAAB Washington Huskies
  • NHL San Jose Sharks
  • MLB Oakland Athletics
  • General Seattle Storm
User Blog

Rumor: Could Rush make a return to the Warriors?

The Golden State Warriors are apparently interested in unrestricted free agent Brandon Rush, who is trying to make a comeback after losing two straight seasons to injury.

The stuff myths are made of

Maya Moore discusses preparing for the MLB's Legends & Celebrity Softball Game after dropping 26 points against the Seattle Storm on Sunday.

Moore's dominant third quarter against Seattle

The fact that Maya Moore failed to top 30 points today in a win against the Seattle Storm is probably less noteworthy than how she got her 26 in a game that was actually less competitive than the final score suggests.

Summer League game thread: GSW vs. Hornets at 5:30

The Warriors open Las Vegas Summer League play today at 5:30 against the Charlotte Hornets.

What does LeBron's return to Cavs mean for GSW?

With LeBron James headed back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors face another legitimate challenger in the Kevin Love sweepstakes.

Vegas preview: Kuzmic, Nedovic get a fresh start

Three Santa Cruz Warriors are on their roster, including 2013-14 Golden State rookies Ognjen Kuzmic and Nemanja Nedovic. GSoM had a chance to chat with Santa Cruz coach Casey Hill about the development of those two during the D-League season.

Warriors allow TPE to expire: What's next?

The Warriors have allowed the TPE acquired in the Richard Jefferson trade to expire, leaving the options to improve the roster limited but not eliminated.

Lynx vs. Shock final score: Maya Moore scores 33 to lead Minnesota past Tulsa


The Tulsa Shock did well to stay close in this one, but it's really difficult to beat the Minnesota Lynx when they're shooting 55% from the field (61.5% in a close fourth quarter) and winning the rebounding battle, where the Shock's biggest strength lies. And that Maya Moore is something else, huh?

The cost of keeping Klay Thompson

The Warriors are reportedly insistent on acquiring Kevin Love without giving up Klay Thompson, whose rising market value almost guarantees having to pay him a max contract. But is Thompson worth keeping at that cost, especially if the "cost" includes

Summer league open thread: Bader, Craft in action

As we continue to wait for Vegas Summer League to start up, a few members of the Warriors summer squad hone their skills in Orlando.

Lynx dominate fourth quarter against Sparks

The fourth quarter shot charts pretty much tell the entire story of an 83-72 Minnesota Lynx win over the L.A. Sparks.

Summer league roundup: Festus Ezeli out

Warriors center Festus Ezeli is reportedly out for summer league, which is not an encouraging sign for the 2014-15 season; Santa Cruz Warriors players and other Warriors summer league players are back at it in the Orlando Pro Summer League.

2014 NBA free agency rumors: Kent Bazemore searching for 'a chance to prove' himself


"It was an unfortunate situation for myself with Golden State, I did make the team, but they were so guard heavy... I was fortunate enough to go down to LA, where there were a lot of minutes out there on the floor and I was able to kind of show [what I can do]... My [sample] size is very small. I just need a chance to prove myself again, so minutes are definitely the first thing I’m after. Everything else is just basketball. You hear a lot of guys talking about the bad cities of the NBA and all of that, but a guy like me, I just want another opportunity to go out there and show that I can really be a great player in this league."

From Bazemore Weighs Free Agency Options via Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders.

The Golden State Warriors are among the teams pursuing free agent Kent Bazemore, but their already-crowded guard rotation makes it extremely unlikely that he'll return to the Bay.

In any event, the whole interview is great - it's really hard not to root for this guy.

Click here for more on the Warriors' pursuit of Bazemore.

Summer league open thread: Curry, Jones play at 2

Santa Cruz Warriors Seth Curry and Cameron Jones will be back in action at the Orlando Pro Summer League today at 2 p.m. PST.

Video: Mark Jackson preaching on the streets

Former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson was filmed preaching in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Reseda.

Diana Taurasi silences the Sparks

Phoenix Mercury star Diana Taurasi loves big moments. And she didn't shy away from an opportunity to put the nail in the coffin of a second consecutive home loss for the L.A. Sparks on national television.

Liberty vs. Lynx final score: Tina Charles' career-high leads New York to 87-80 victory


As alluded to in Ray Floriani's post describing the first five possessions, the New York Liberty went to Tina Charles on three of their first seven possessions. After getting comfortable in the paint, Charles went on to score a career-high 32 points in a big win against the Minnesota Lynx. Plenty more to come on this game from New York.

Summer League open thread: Bader, Craft play at 2

Warriors summer league players Travis Bader and Aaron Craft will be playing on the second day of the Orlando Summer Pro League.

Bird, Langhorne combine for 38 in Storm win

Rebounding figured to play a role in tonight's meeting between the Seattle Storm and Chicago Sky, but the home team had an uncharacteristically efficient offensive effort to come away with a win.

Sun outwork Shock in Tulsa

In a game that really didn't get going until the second half, the Connecticut Sun outhustled the Tulsa Shock to get a much-needed win on the road.

Summer league open thread: SeaDubs in Orlando

Santa Cruz Warriors Seth Curry and Cam Jones begin play in the Orlando Pro Summer League today.

Storm vs. Sky preview: Rebounding will be key

Tonight's game between the Seattle Storm and Chicago Sky on NBA TV will feature two teams that have struggled to rebound. But only one has an excuse.

Midseason stats: Mercury dominance, Lynx potential

Albert Lee has already done a midseason report card for the 2014 WNBA season, but today we're going to add a bit of statistical weight to his observations.

Sparks beat Storm on the road, 70-56


With Camille Little out due to personal reasons, Nneka Ogwumike and Candace Parker both had big games to lead L.A. to a dominant victory on the road.

Warriors express interest in Bazemore

After trading Kent Bazemore to the L.A. Lakers during this past season, the Warriors have expressed interest in reuniting with the undrafted wing who they gave a shot two years ago.


Video: Steph Curry lighting up the Pro Am

Video of Steph Curry shaking up some poor soul at the SF Pro Am last night.

Dupree has season-high in Mercury win

Candice Dupree tied a season-high with 26 points and set a season-high with 14 rebounds as the Phoenix Mercury cruised to an 87-69 victory over the Chicago Sky.

Q&A with Nets Daily about Shaun Livingston

Tom Lorenzo of SB Nation's Nets Daily took the time to provide some insight about Shaun Livingston's strengths and weaknesses in addition to how Jarrett Jack might figure into the Nets future.

Sparks flummoxed by Sky in ugly loss

A combination of common sense defense and a dynamic performance by a rookie getting her first start earned the Chicago Sky a 90-83 win over the L.A. Sparks.

Warriors meet with Spencer Hawes

The Warriors have joined the mix of teams expressing interest in Spencer Hawes, who has been surprisingly popular early in free agency.

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